This book covers TR from birth to assuming the Presidency. (Morris's "Theodore Rex" covers the presidency on). "Rise of TR" is a long, but rarely boring, owing much to the excellent narration of Mark Deakins. It should be appropriate for readers new to TR and to those not extremely well-versed in politics... Morris does a great job of helping you understand the gist even if the exact details why are not clear. The text reads more like a novel, rather than a dry biography, and in this sense is one of those audiobooks that you find excuses to get in the car and listen to. Well written, well read.
It's a guy's take spoof on Eat, Pray, Love, that has a few good bits of wisdom in it. It's fanciful, fiction, and funny. It's not meant to be profound; it's meant to make you smile. Dick Hill gives a talented performance.
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